Student musicians created lullabies as part of an interdisciplinary project between CU Boulder’s Renée Crown Wellness Institute and College of Music. With help from the College of Music’s Entrepreneurship Center for Music (ECM), the pilot project through CU Boulder was ready to launch in December 2019. Two months later, the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Meet Tim Visos-Ely, a 2019 CU Boulder alum and co-founder of StrideTech, a company that produces an embedded walker attachment that provides real-time haptic feedback when incorrect walker use is detected. Tim developed StrideTech by taking advantage of the many entrepreneurial resources at CU Boulder, such as Design for America, New Venture Challenge and Catalyze CU.
Register now to attend the biggest Destination Startup® yet, from February 16-18, 2021. Twenty-five startups from 10 different universities across six states in the Rocky Mountain region will showcase their technologies, drawing investors from around the world.
Meet Alex Mulvaney, CEO and co-founder of ShineOn, a company providing a unique spin on the typical bike light. Alex graduated from CU Boulder in 2019 with a BS in Aerospace Engineering and competed in New Venture Challenge 11.
As the first program in the nation to focus on the role of the private sector and entrepreneurship in the sustainable commercialization of space activities, the Space and Sustainability Initiative at CU Boulder will orient much of its work toward the development of norms of responsible behavior for commercial space activities.
Lucas Gama (CompSci '22, pictured left) & Luiz Pompeo (Bus'22, pictured right) came separately to the U.S. from Brazil to study at CU Boulder, but they banded together on campus to form Zucchini, a B2B food platform.
Kailey is the CEO of Chembotix, a company that is developing a robotic automation platform to dramatically speed up chemistry research & development (R&D). As a second-time NVC participant, she's immersed herself in CU Boulder's innovation ecosystem to help get her startup off the ground.
StrideTech was founded with a mission to reduce the fall risk of seniors who use walkers. The startup has created a technology embedded walker attachment that provides real-time haptic feedback when incorrect walker use is detected, empowering aging adults to learn and maintain correct mobility device use.
Long before the pandemic sent people scrambling into isolation, musicians have longed to jam virtually with others across the globe. Now researchers from CU Boulder’s ATLAS Institute’s ACME Lab and Ericsson Research are developing ways for musicians to play together remotely through the AR Drum Circle project.